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values. jim? >> hundreds of thousands of people opposing same sex marriage rallied on the streets of paris today. france's president is pushing a plan to legalize same-sex marriage and adoptions. ♪ ♪ mama mia >> stephen: just to be clear, in france the people with the pink signs dancing to abba are the anti-gay protesters. [ laughter ] [cheers and applause] when it comes to the sanctity of marriage, it turns out the french are just like us! they know that it's adam and eve not adam and yves. [ laughter ] the french know that god ordained marriage to be between one man and one woman and that man's mistress, who is also the woman's mistress. [ laughter ] but it'sy tasteful. [ laughter ] but it's not just their opposition to gay on terror. jim? >> in li, france stepped up military moves to stop islamic fighters tied to al qaeda. >> france this week dispatched 2500 troops and commenced air strikes. >> the u.s. is very pleased that france is doing this, i think to a degree surprised. >> stephen: mais oui, to a degree surprised the us is. [ laughter ] up until now, the only thing th
. major chafing on the hump days with hal. chris and jim will be with us. chris will be scrolling through adult sites the entire show as normal. >> get a load of that. whoa! >> hal: now let's go to the news with jacki schechner. on that note. >> good morning. secretary of state clinton will testify today before the senate foreign relations committee about the september 11th attack on our consulate in benghazi that killed cons late chris stevens and three other americans. senator rubio will be among those questioning her. and any exchange between the two could make for an interesting dynamic. senator rubio is among the contenders for a 2016 white house bid. secretary clinton is a favorite on the democratic side. blame was laid on the state department for systemic failures and deficiencies in management that resulted in grossly inadequate protections for our facilities abroad. secretary clinton already has taken responsibility for the department she oversees and democrats on the committee say the goal now is to figure out how best to protect our diplomatic outposts. also on the house side,
and for finance. interestingly jim o'neil at goldman likes to call london the capital of the bricks. to him the relevance of london is almost more so to brazil, russia, india, and china, even to the english. so yeah, they're trying to re-imagine what that position will look like going forward. believe me, this comes down to two issues. the financial industry with regulation coming from the e.u., and immigration because there are a lot of people here worried about t-- more people coming to britain looking for jobs. >> the dow acknowledger countess, maggie smith going, you got to watch that. she's like the idea of what i just said. she's -- looking around. she can't -- shirley maclaine going, yeah. >> all right. thank you. we'll check back tomorrow. >>> when we come back, we'll talk about why japanese officials say that the problems with the dreamliner might be different than first thought. >>> we'll look at the futures. a lot of action that's been happening here. you'll see the dow future up another 43 points. this comes after the s&p up five days in a row. dow jones industrials, s&p 500 clo
president? across the dial we were treated to scenes like cnn's jim acosta telling wolf blitzer, quote, you know, i feel like i should pinch myself right now. or nbc's al roker shouting and whooping it up for the president and vice president like he was at a mardi gras parade. he finally did get a handshake from the vice president. and if that's not enough for you, consider this from cnn's tom foreman, he concedes he has written president obama a letter for every single day of his presidency, some 1400 altogether. let's talk about it with ellen rattner, bureau chief for talk radio's view service and contributing editor and writer jim pinkerton. ellen, does any of this seem over the top to you? the. >> first of all, i don't think press should be clapping or anything else at any kind of political event. on the other hand, this was a great day for americans, and it doesn't really matter whether it was president bush or ip august rated, you know, i sat there, and i said we really do have a peaceful transfer of power. and that is something to really be celebrated. so were they celebrating this p
to maine. >> our coverage continues with meteorologist jim dicky. >> good morning. another frigid day on tap from the nation's midsection to the northeast. minus 9 in burlington. 4 in syracuse. 7 in buffalo. lake-effect snow continues here. minus 3 in minneapolis. minus 7 in bismarck and most of these temps an improvement from yesterday. now, as far as how cold it will feel, when you factor in the winds, many spots well below zero from new york northward. certainly in the upper midwest. rob and sunny, back to you. >> thanks a lot, jim. >>> an unwelcome surprise in northern texas where the region was rattled by an earthquake centered in irving, three miles from the dallas-ft. worth airport. minor quakes rocked the same area back in september. >>> turning now to capitol hill where lawmakers are expected to improve an increase in the government's borrowing limit today. republicans are giving up for their push to exchange spending cuts for an increase in debt. the extension is only for about three months, so a battle still looms between the president and congress over the debt limit. >> j
. right now the roads are looking good and that is thanks to a lot of hard work. plow operators like jim had to restock their salt supplies after a busy morning treating the roads. they were salting and shoveling overnight but still this morning, there was a lot of slick spots. what might be a pain for drivers is white gold for these contracters who depend on plowing and sanding that helps them get through the winter. >> today was the first time i i could use the plow. >> the battle at fredericksburg was far from over. city workers used leaf blowers to help break up ice on sidewalks. >> it works if the snow is packed down by foot traffic. >> this is the old-fashioned snow shovel. >> this is the first time we had to shovel. >> if workers aren't thrilled about the snowfall pets and children are. this 4-year-old got her first taste of playing in the snow. >> it is about time to get some snow. dusting is great. >> i don't get time off but this is magical for a kid. >> you get a day off from school. everyone needs a break this time of year. we'll enjoy the sno
news contributor jim gray, quote, finances and taxes are a personal matter and i should not have made a opinions of, on them public. i apologize to those who i have upset or insulted and i assure you i intend not to let it happen again. why would he feel the need to do that? stuart varney, joins me, anchor of "varney & company" on the fox business network. stuart, this is an interesting one. >> it really is. the left beat up on phil mickelson big-time because he complained about all the tax money he has now got to pay. specifically you had, basically the left is saying this. hey, you. you make a lot of money. pay up and shut up. listen to len berman. a professor at syracuse university, writing in "forbes" magazine. he says that mickelson should stop whining and give thanks that he makes a lot of money. and basically, mickelson is lucky to be making all of this money. so that is the backdrop here. the government takes 63 cents on the dollar what you make and you may not complain, and if you do complain, you will have to apologize for the complaint later. extraordinary situation. martha
, a tough hold, alas, a shame. >> jim, you sort of said it and added last night, don't let this stock become the eclipse that blinds you to everything else going on. >> you can't. the company's conference call was radically opposite of what everyone was thinking. and the company just kept going back to that mantra, listen, we have the best product. we don't really need to defend ourselves. and i think that what was happening was the analysts were viciously, viciously trying to figure out you can as the call was going on, what do you pay for a company with waning growth? what do you pay for a company not as loved by the customer anymore? the answer is we got to pay what we pay for intell, what we pay for cisco, what we pay for microsoft. >> a lot of investors trying to figure that out this morning as well. and their price targets, could care less at this point about that the construct is 150 bucks a share in cash, $44 a share in earnings this year. obviously lower than had been anticipated. what kind of a multiple do you put on it? some would say the thing is too over. give it time. wait for
the short trading week with jim cramer's take on earnings, the presidential address and the har-bowl. >>> welcome back to "squawk box." jim cramer joins us now from the big board. jim, verizon. >> i don't know. look, people want to sell verizon on this, the miss or wireless. this is a bond equivalent, as your previous gues . yes, they're paying out a lot. but it's not going to go back to the 30s. i think it's fine. >> dupont. >> dupont, a margin which is a whitener, you can't put the toothpaste back in, as you mentioned, but it looks better. i liked ag margins. i'm surprised latin america so strong. i like the quarter very much. >> trailer? >> which one? >> travelers? >> oh, travelers. wow, look, when you get these horrible storms, they raise your premiums. this was an extraordinary quarter. this stock is going much higher. >> jim, i was surprised to see them this quarter. you know they're going to get the raised premiums, but it's already taking effects. is that why we're seeing the higher margins? >> the storm last year, they never screwed up on their balance sheet, putting th
through the security. and jim brown had a knee operation and couldn't get anywhere, you how is he going to get there. he walked out of his hotel and one cop to another ferried him to a different location because they recognized him and he got there just in time. a lot of our guests couldn't get to us jo and four years ago, as well, remember a whole bunch of people got stuck in a tunnel in downtown d.c., they thought that was the way. this year what they've done, everybody's got color coded ticket and they know you've got the purple ticket, you go in the purple line and they won't wound up with the crazy foulups. >> gretchen: i think i had brain freeze, i'm not remembering that, i remember jim brown being there, i don't remember the tunnel story and i do remember it being very cold. let's remember the headlines because we have some other things to tell you about today. a scary landing for passengers on board a united express flight coming into newark airport in new jersey. the planes tires blew and veered off the runway into the taxi way. there were about 13 people on at the time and no
away from weekly jobless claims. u.s. equity futures are up about 14 points right now. and jim euro, this is a man that has a six-letter last name and only one consonant. >> it's 82% vowels. >> that is so weird. standing by us at cme in chicago. steve liesman is going to be in davos, joining us, where he's been -- he had to go to switzerland to figure out the blackberry 10. jim your-you've got the numbers for us? >> no, i don't have the numbers. i'll give you the market reaction. >> honestly? >> all right we're going to put them up at the bottom of the screen. that's going well, so we don't have -- we don't have rick santelliish- >> i thought rick was going to give the numbers. >> rick santelli would normally give the numbers. >> wow. 330. >> 330 is initial jobless claims. >> that's huge. >> yeah, that's a good number. okay and this is interesting, in that over the last -- >> that's amazing. >> we've had several different numbers that weren't that good. so this is a big thing. but, the question we have to ask your offs is, the chairman said he wants to see substantial gains in the l
of time. jim landrieu, thank you so much. allen of politico, thanks to all of you. i do appreciate your time. >>> the sfreffrench are hef loo involved in mali. will the united states be following them? we'll talk about that and unifying or polarizing. president obama's most recent office finds some surprising results. we'll bring that to you as well next. you're watching msnbc. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. executor of efficiency. you can spot an amateur from a mile away... while going shoeless and metal-free in seconds. and from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle...and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. now this...will work. [ male announcer ] just like you, business pro. just like you. go national. go like a pro. just like you. when you lost the thing you can't believe you lost.. when what you just bought, just broke. or when you have a little trouble a long way from home... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but what you might not expect, is you can get all th
government. jim maceda is following the election from tel aviv, a pleasure to have you on. what can you tell us about how the election is playing out and what this means for netanyahu? >> reporter: hi, nice to be with you. well, it's gone from bad to worse really for prime minister netanyahu. you recall first the exit polls that came out last night predicted that his right wing block in parliament would squeak out a one-seat majority. barely enough to govern. now with almost all the votes counted, it looks like a hung parliament. 60 seats on the right. 60 seats on the left. that means that netanyahu must now do something that really none of us took too seriously last night. he must reach out, as you say, across the aisle to the center left. that means turning to really the big winner in these elections. a newcomer named yayer lapit. a former news anchorman, charismatic head of a centrist, secular party which ran on mostly domestic, economic meat and potato issues. what will that mean policy wise? i think first we'll see early on a kick-start of the peace talks with the palestinians which hav
. that meeting start the at 5:00 p.m. >>> jim harbaugh and his brother, john harbaugh, will be going head to head in the super bowl. >> we have to prepare. it doesn't matter who the ach is or the relationship you have with somebody on the opposite side. you are trying to beat them. >> jim harbaugh called the situation a blessing and a kurtz say -- and the curse, he's happy for his brother but he wants the focus on the game, not that they are brothers. they both will be get being ready for -- getting ready for the super bowl. >>> a san jose senior community is working to fight a working deer population. starting this weekend, wildlife management officials will tranquilize and sterilize anmales. 30 deer will be placed outside of the fence of the community. now, in 2007, the same company pitched the idea to thin the herd but canceled that following some angry protests. >>> the issue of sidewalks and homelessness in berkeley will be back in the spotlight at tonight's city council council meet -- city council meeting to develop what they call a compassionate sidelk plan. this comes after voters in nov
coach john harbaugh and his younger brother, san francisco coach jim harbaugh. they talked yesterday about-facing each other on football's biggest stage. >> this team that we're going to play is a great football team. they're extremely well-coached, i'd have to say. i think jim's just done a great job with the team i'm proud of him and what he's accomplished as a coach, but more so as a man, you know as a family man, as a father as a husband, as a brother and son. >> well i think it's a blessing and a curse. you know blessing because you know, that is my brother's team. the curse part would be that you know the talk of two brothers playing in the super bowl and what that takes away from, you know, the players that are in the game. you know they're the ones that have the most to do with it and they're the ones we should be talking about. >> we also have this to talk about, a family photo of the two coaches from many years ago, that's john on the left and jim on the right, with their sister joanie. you can see the harbaughs go head to head as the 49ers play and rav
. one line, infinite possibilities. >>> ill advised. that's what jim baker, with the nra, calls this the ad. >> are the president's kids more important than yours? why is he skeptical about putting armed security in our schools when his kids are protected by armed guards at their school? >> the nra ad you may recall prompted an outraged response from the white house, press secretary carney called it repugnant and cowardly. baker went on to say to reuters, i think the ad could have made a good point if it talked about the need for increased school security without use the president's children. in a statement the nra tells "outfront," differences of opinion are common to organizations throughout the country where there is no disagreement, however, is with nra's belief that every child in america should be safe. that sort of sounds like a smackdown of their lobbyist. what do you think? was baker speaking out of turn or not? john avlon, there's disagreement in the nra. i don't know if you view it as a smackdown, it appeared to be to me. what do you make of this public divide within
's open it up, and let's start right over here. >> jim bixler. lots of economists such as your friend rudy dornbush from mit that you mentioned, are believers that competition is the hallmark of a country thriving, growing including jobs, etc. and lots of economists even before the euro was instituted argued that they needed europe more competition rather than a coordinated currency, etc. and they predicted bad woes for europe under the euro. you've mentioned a lot of the problems on the flip side of competition, namely regulation. give us your perspective in terms of competition, regulation and the euro and government coordination. >> i think it's a very good question. a lot needs to be done there. and i think that at the time that the euro was put together and my good friend bob mundell -- professor at columbia, nobel prize winner -- had different views of how it was going to work out than what's happened. that was not in his idea book, because you've had tremendous regulation there. you need more deregulation. there's no doubt about it. in order to get more competitive. i mean, take a c
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of a stamp is up a penny to 46 cents. i'm jim axelrod l rod, cbs news. >> kroft: hillary clinton's final days as secretary of state included one of her most difficult. on wednesday, she spent more than five hours being grilled on capital hill for the security failures in benghazi that led to the deaths of u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans, the biggest diplomatic disaster of this administration. the accountability review led by admiral mike mullen and ambassador thomas pickering found, among many failures, that stevens' repeated requests for better security never made it to clinton's desk. and representatives and senators pressed her on whether the administration covered up the nature of the terrorist attack. >> clinton: the fact is, we have four dead americans. was it because of a protest, or was it because of guys going out for a walk and deciding they'll go kill some americans? what difference... at this point, what difference does it make? it is our job to figure out what happened and do everything we can to prevent it from happening again, senator. >> kroft: i want t
point is they are not talking about today's world. henry kissinger, jim baker, i think jim schlesinger, former secretaries of defense, many others have all agreed with that as a goal for the world. it's a goal. it's an aspiration. we should always be aspirational, but it's not something that could happen in today's world, nor could any leader today sit here or any other chair and promote to you the notion that we ought to be cutting down our deterrent level below an adequate level to maintain deter -- deterrence. the military has very strong views about what that is. we have cut down to some 1,500. there is talk of going down to a lower number. i think personally it's possible to get there if you have commensurate levels of inspections, verification, abouf your nuclear stockpile program, etc. now, senator, i know you are deeply invested in that component of it. the nuclear stockpile proposal. i made -- we can come to some of that maybe later in the hearing here, but i believe we have to maintain that. because that's the only way you maintain an effective level of deterrence. and the ru
. >> right. >> reporter: jim mays works for safety seasons in houston which installs the cameras. >> everything is in public space. that is the debate. >> reporter: especially when cameras have microphones. >> the question is whether you want to turn them on or turn them off. >> reporter: >> that's the debate. it comes down to. >> reporter: what you want. >> exactly. >> reporter: when people report what you're saying and what you talk about it's a very intrusive thing. >> reporter: he has big brother concerned. >> you should be able to have a private conversation out of ear shot or the bus driver or anybody else. we don't want the government recording all of our conversations just because it's cheap and easy. >> reporter: more worry about their safety and private. >> if you want to keep it make it private if you want to make it public you're on a public bus so it can be heard. >> reporter: some systems keeps the systems up for six months. c.a.t.s. for all to two weeks. >> what you're saying is there's nobody sitting around monitoring everybody's co
he couldn't prosecute beyond a reasonable doubt. >>> the parents of john and jim harbaugh are not saying where they'll be sitting during the big game. the last time jack and jackie's sons, they watched from a stadium to avoid crying eyes. >> tiger woods is headed to victory at torrey pines again. woods is leading in the farmers insurance open. halfway it would be a milestone win, his 75th career victory. it would also be his eighth overall pro win at torrey pines in history at a single golf course. that golf course and tiger woods go together. >> it's also phil mickelson's course and it may be setting him up for the masters. >>> "wall street journal" call sa says they issued stronger regulations. officials decided that since design and testing with so far along, enforcing tougher standards would delay production. >>> hotel rooms in new orleans are sold out for sunday's super bowl but before you check in anywhere, cbs news travel editor peter greenberg is here with the five things you should know about hotel security. good morning. >> good morning. >> what's the first thing
for the first time since beating the falcons in the nfc championship. we'll also hear today from coach jim harbaugh. >> it is a grey, foggy start to the morning. we have areas of locally dense fog and i will get to that in a minute. first temperatures downtown san francisco 53 degrees. the low 50s for concord and san carlos of the we are nowhere near that freezing mark. the north bay is down to just half a mile visibility for santa rosa and improved the morale as you make your way to and about all. 3 mi. for oakland and san francisco international. there are delays on at arriving flights averaging 54 minutes. call ahead and check with your carrier if you are picking up someone from the airport. into the afternoon the fog will lift. unsettled weather is certainly a possibility. it will be monday with low 60s and the south bay, milpitas and san jose 62. these bay, upper 50s low 60s here. 39 degrees in fairfie upper 50s and is bay shoreline 62 for berkeley and 60 degrees in downtown san francisco. satellite and radar shows all the wet weather pushing its way through south and to the east. we
ago when the relationship at least seemed to be improving. and what about under the young leader jim jong-un. he has come into office and has been there nearly a year now and has followed his father's hard line, military force, pulling rockets, missile, satellite, nuclear program into their military program. and that is a bit of a worry. also people who are trying to figure out which way to go forward, it looks like he's trying to prove himself as a young leader and he is young and has old military around him and he's trying to project himself on the world stage. so i think the interesting thing will be is there any hope of resumption of the u.s., china, japan, those talks with north korea and what will be the effect of the south korean president. she has said that she's interested in, again, trying to have a better relationship with the north. it was a relationship that was completely broken off under her predecessor who took a hard line. >> a lot of people think that kim jong-un is doing all of these provocative things to establish his credibility with the military back in north ko
of the reasons this organizing for action, jim messina's full-time job is trying to get the union's in line, but it's going to be hard. it's hard on the democratic side. we're not even talking about the difficulty on the republican side getting it through the house. this is a senate democratic problem. >> so the republicans in the house, in effect, could stare at harry reid's senate and say okay, immigration reform, that's great. you guys pass it. >> say bring it. >> yeah, bring it. gun control, great. you guys pass it, we'll look at it. gay marriage, if you want to nationalize it, go ahead. you guys pass it. we'll look -- i mean, they could do this on every one of the president's top priorities. and chances are good the president's top priorities, as stated today, wouldn't pass the democratic senate. >> i think a lot of them would not. >> that's fascinating. jeff, thank you for being here. and know this. this time next year, the university of alabama will have passed your cornhuskers and actually won 4 out of 5 national championships. >> i think you're right. >> i was actually grabbed by a
in today's world. henry kissinger, jim baker, james schlesinger, many others have all agreed with that as a goal for the world. it is an aspiration. we should always be aspirational. but it is not something that can happen in today's world nor could any leader today sit here or in any other chair and promote the notion that we should be cutting down our deterrent levels before inadequate levels to maintain deterrence. the military has strong views about what that is. we have cut down some 1500 now. there is talk of going down to a lower number. i think it is possible to get their, if you have commensurate levels of inspections, verification, and guarantees about the capacity of your nuclear stockpile program. i know you are deeply invested in that component. we can get to some of that may be later in the hearing. i believe we have to maintain that. i don't think senator hegel is sitting there or will go to the defense department and be a proponent. this is talking about conflict resolution, changes that have to take place the that the society's -- societies. it is worth aspir
correspondent of "politico," good morning. >> good morning. i actually go for the richard haass six. jim vandehei says six hours is the key to being healthy and wise. >> i tried to crunch the numbers on it, though, because the "playbook" goes out at 6:00 on a saturday morning which means you've been up since 3:00 working on it. so when do you sleep? do you go to bed at 6:00 at night? i don't believe you. >> don't ask too many questions. >> there's going to be a press conference up on capitol hill this morning. a so-called group of eight senators, very high-profile senators, going to unveil a bipartisan immigration reform, at least the outlines of some kind of a plan. take us through it a little bit. >> yeah, willie, this is going to be immigration week, certainly immigration month, maybe immigration year because as joe suggested at "national review" this weekend, i popped in there yesterday with the "national review" institute here in washington. more and more republicans are open to doing something on immigration. so today, these senators, these include some of the biggest players on th
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